In 2016 I went out on a number of occasions to the several protest days (about 15 altogether) that took place around Toulouse in the context of a national mobilization against the law that was designated by the name El Khomri.
The forty-seventh edition closed its doors in an atmosphere decidedly gloomy. The agricultural sector in France has been going through its worst crisis in 30 years.
At the call of 8 unions, there are between 1.2 million according to the police and 3 million according to organizers throughout France protesting against government policy and showing resistance in the face of the economic crisis.
I am struck from the outset by the importance of this work, the slaughter that must take place, and the necessity of all sorts of skills. I am quick to call them "superheroes" and we plan to continue this reporting over a full year.
Germany rehabilitates patriotism for the cause of football.